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We've reached the middle point between spring and summer. We can't promise blue skies every day but we can guarantee epic new happy hours, including these three at Local 360 in Belltown, Marine Hardware in Ballard, and Woodblock in Redmond. Comment?
The dramatically different pottery styles of George Rodriguez and Deborah Schwartzkopf of Ceramistas Seattle make it hard to believe both of them create their work in the same West Seattle home studio. Rodriguez's large clay figures can weigh as much as 300 pounds, while Schwartzkopf's smaller-scale, porcelain teapots elevate serving ware. Comment?
I don't know about you, but I can't wait for spring. There's almost nothing more beautiful than a sunny, spring day in Seattle. Comment?
Seattle magazine's second annual Pop! Bubbles + Seafood event happens this coming Saturday at 6 p.m. within the lovely McCaw Hall. Expect a Champagne- and seafood-filled soiree with tastings from some of Seattle's best restaurants and sips from an array of wineries, breweries and cideries. Comment?
And now there's a place for all feline-philes-regardless of gender or relationship status-to enjoy the company of cats while indulging in another typically Seattle purr-suit : drinking coffee. Just opened in Wallingford, Seattle Meowtropolitan , is the region's first cat cafA . Comment?
West Seattle artist Jennifer Ament's new series of encaustic paintings explores inner peace via outer space. Ament, whose daughter's middle name is Galaxy, says, "I've always been into the vastness and beauty of space," but after a life-threatening ATV accident in 2014, she resolved to look up more. Comment?
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